Join Seán Duggan for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Creating Photo Composites on Smartphones and Tablets.
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- Thanks for watching this course.…I hope that you have enjoyed learning the techniques…that I have shared for creating…composites on mobile devices.…And that they've given you some ideas for cool images…that you can create from your own photographs.…The great thing about working this way is…that you can do it in so many places and situations.…To keep up with the iPhone and iPad imaging work that I do,…you can follow me on Instagram, at "sduggan,"…or on Twitter at "seandugganphoto."…I also post photos to Flickr, and I have an album there…with some of my iPhone compositing work.…
Check out my website, seanduggan.com,…to keep up to date on my workshops and other projects.…I also have a gallery there of composites created…in both Photoshop and on mobile devices.…Remember that when you're out exploring the world…with your camera phone, to look for scenes…and objects that would work well in a composite.…Try to think how you can take something from one photo…and combine it with another image.…Look at the scenes that you see,…
- Choosing which photos to use
- Stacking apps
- Combining two photos in a basic collage
- Using Juxtaposer's masking brushes
- Working with layers in Photoshop Touch
- Adding finishing touches with LensLight and Snapseed
Skill Level Intermediate
Tony Cruz's iPhone Surf Photography: Start to Finishwith Tony Cruz7m 22s Appropriate for all
iPhone Photography, from Shooting to Storytellingwith Richard Koci Hernandez1h 45m Appropriate for all
1. Overview of an "App Stacking" Workflow
2. Using Image Blender to Combine Two Photos
3. Compositing Using Juxtaposer
App stacking: Snapseed5m 10s
4. Compositing Using Adobe Photoshop Touch
Next steps1m 16s
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